A TikTok star and a group of seven killed her mother’s lover in a high-speed chase, according to a court hearing

A TikTok star and a group of seven killed her mother’s lover in a high-speed chase, according to a court hearing

A court heard today that a TikTok star intended to have a man who threatened to expose an affair with her mother ‘jumped by guys’ a month before he was murdered.

Mahek Bukhari, 23, told her mother Ansreen in a text message that her 21-year-old boyfriend Saqib Hussain ‘won’t know what day it is,’ the Leicester Crown Court heard.

The jury was informed that Mr. Hussain had a three-year affair with 45-year-old Ansreen, but when she attempted to quit their connection, he threatened to release a sex tape they had created to her husband and family.

On the night Mr. Hussain died, Mahek allegedly led him into a trap by promising to repay money owed to him.

Mr. Hussain and his buddy Mohammed Hashim Ijazuddin, both 21 years old, perished instantaneously when their Skoda Fabia erupted into flames after being forced off the road on February 11 in Leicester.

This morning, the jury heard a frightening 999 call in which Mr. Hussain pleaded, “They’re right behind us!” They are impacting the rear of the vehicle with great velocity. Please I’m asking you, I’m going to die.’

Before a big crash was heard, he screamed.

Mahek Bukhari had more than 126,000 TikTok followers and 43,000 Instagram followers prior to her detention.

In addition to sharing pieces of her life, such as her clothing, makeup, and handbags, she has also participated in videos with her mother.

However, she is now charged with two counts of murder and manslaughter as a possible option, along with her mother and 22-year-old friend, Natasha Akhtar.

Along with Raees Jamal, 22, Rekan Karwan, 28, Mohammed Patel, 20, Sanaf Gulammustaf, 22, and Ameer Jamal, 27, they appeared in the dock at Leicester Crown Court this morning.

The jury was told that police were alerted to the wreckage of a silver Skoda Fabia on the side of the A46 near Six Fields, Leicestershire, in the early hours of February 11.

At the moment of impact, the car had split in half and was shortly engulfed in flames.

Officers initially assumed it to be a nonfatal traffic collision, but subsequently discovered two burnt remains in the wreckage.

The prosecutor, Collingwood Thompson KC, told the jury, ‘You will wonder how the police understood that this was not a terrible car accident but a premeditated killing.’ The answer rests in something these defendants did not know at the time. Saqib Hussain dialed 999 immediately before this incident occurred.

“The information may be disturbing, but it explains why police recognized it was a murder and not an ordinary road accident.” This phone conversation led to an extensive investigation into this case, which revealed a tale of love, obsession, rage, extortion attempts, and murder.

Hussain began his six-minute 999 call by informing the operator that he was being followed by another vehicle.

The jury was told that TikTok star Mahek Bukhari, 23, led her mother’s younger lover into a trap on the night he died by offering to repay money owing to him.

Four hours before Saqib Hussain, 21, and his companion Mohammed Hashim Ijazuddin, 21, were killed in a horrific car accident, he messaged Mahek appealing for a chance to speak to her mother, Ansreen Bukhari, 45.

He threatened to email sexual images to Mahek’s father, who was ignorant of the affair, if she refused.

The text of Saqib’s message said, “I will message your father. Show him all the evidence, including images and text messages including the phrase “I love you”

I’m going to email him all the nasty films and demand my money.

Police data revealed that at approximately 8 p.m. on February 10, he was going to depart for Stoke-on-Trent, where Ansreen and her husband resided.

He was tracked leaving his Banbury, Oxfordshire, residence and headed north.

Mr. Thompson KC stated, “The threat was that Saqib might show up to the family home in Stoke-on-Trent, and they could not take that chance.”

Mahek intervened and volunteered to meet him and her mother in Loughborough before altering the location to Leicester, the court heard.

Mahek texted Mr. Hussain at 9:15 p.m., as he was attempting to determine the exact location of the meeting, “Money sorted.”

However, Mr. Thompson stated, ‘The Crown’s position is that there was never any money to provide to him. This was nothing more than a ruse to lure him into a trap.

In the meantime, Mr. Ijazuddin consented to transport Mr. Hussain, whom he had known since elementary school, to Leicester. Mr. Thompson KC stated that it was a tragic error that led to his death.

He stated, “They are attempting to bar my entry.” I am unable to reach a police station. There are men pursuing me while wearing balaclavas. They are attempting to force me off of the A46.

He informs the operator that he is being pursued by two vehicles as he drives by Ratcliffe College.

As the automobiles crashed into the rear of his vehicle, he informs the operator that he cannot read their license plates and adds, ‘They’re trying to murder me.’ Please sir I just need help.’

He identifies himself and informs the operator that he is from Banbury, Oxfordshire, but has traveled to Leicester with Mr. Ijazuddin to eat and visit a friend.

Just prior to the incident, Mr. Hussain adds, “They’re right behind us.” They are impacting the rear of the vehicle with great velocity. Please I’m begging you I’m going to die. ‘

The relatives of the victims wailed when the 999 call was played in court.

Mr. Thompson KC stated, “This was no accident; he was aware of his situation.”

Sama Hussain, the sister of Mr. Hussain, told the police in 2019 that her brother had begun a relationship with a woman in her forties.

She stated that the woman’s name was Anzy, that she was married, and that she had a daughter named Maya.

Mr. Thompson KC stated that ‘Anzy’ was Ansreen and ‘Maya’ was Mahek, and that Mahek was aware of her mother’s relationship but did not approve of it.

Mr. Hussain initially viewed his relationship with Ansreen as “a little of fun,” and they frequently broke up and reunited.

But he soon revealed to his pals that he was in love with her. Between August 10, 2021 and February 9, 2022, he made 1,702 contacts with her, according to information later obtained by detectives.

According to information acquired from her phone, she had contacted him 214 times. Some of these were for brief durations and missed calls.

The iCloud data contained sexually explicit movies and images involving both of them.

In January 2022, Ansreen expressed her desire to discontinue the affair to Mr. Hussain.

Mr. Thomson KC stated that he could not accept her decision.

He said: ‘Different conversations between them reveal that he got increasingly obsessed, proclaiming his love for her and pleading with her to continue, while other texts reveal his anger and annoyance that she refused to return his calls.

On February 10th, Saqib placed countless calls to Ansreen’s phone that were never answered. Because of his rage and annoyance that she would not return his calls, he took additional action.

It led to a blackmail effort against Ansreen in order to convince her to contact him. He threatened to email her husband and son sexually explicit information unless she consented to speak to him.

Mr. Thompson KC informed the court that on January 4, 2022, Mahek texted her mother and said, “I’ll soon have him jumped by guys and he won’t know what day it is.”

The prosecution said, “There is an obvious inference, according to the Crown, that by this date Ansreen must have informed her daughter about Saqib’s threats regarding their affair.”

This is her stating, “I’ll take care of it; I’ll have guys jump him.” We’ll learn he was primarily attacked and killed by men.

Later, Mr. Hussain sent Mahek a message regarding her mother, stating, “Let her know I’m on my way, and have her phone me.”

However, she responded, “No, take the message.” This year, Saqib, you will leave. I have every threat you’ve made against my mother to expose her. A narcissistic jerk. Continue communicating with her and you will soon observe movement.

Mr. Thompson KC told the jury, ‘The Crown contends this demonstrates Mahek Bukhari took it upon herself to prevent Saqib from contacting her mother and was willing to use force, if necessary, to have someone “jump him” to stop Saqib. It provides a flavor of how they dealt with the threat posed by Saqib in their handling of the matter.

He continued, ‘It was necessary to find a means to silence Saqib, either by inflicting a severe damage on him as a warning or by putting him to death.

The affair may have shattered Asreen Bukhari’s marriage and harmed her reputation in the community if it had been revealed.

The romance may have also harmed Mahek’s relationship with her father, as she was aware of it.

‘Mahek was a social influencer with a big number of TikTok followers, and the news of her romance could have harmed her reputation among her fans’

Mr. Hussain had messaged Mahek four hours before to his death, requesting for the opportunity to talk with Ansreen.

He threatened to email sexual images to Mahek’s father, who was ignorant of the affair, if she refused.

The text of Saqib’s message said, “I will message your father. Show him all the evidence, including images and text messages including the phrase “I love you”

I’m going to email him all the nasty films and demand my money.

Police data revealed that at approximately 8 p.m. on February 10, he was going to depart for Stoke-on-Trent, where Ansreen and her husband resided.

He was observed leaving his Banbury residence and travelling north.

Mr. Thompson KC stated, “The threat was that Saqib might show up to the family home in Stoke-on-Trent, and they could not take that chance.”

Mahek intervened and volunteered to meet him and her mother in Loughborough before altering the location to Leicester, the court heard.

Mahek texted Mr. Hussain at 9:15 p.m., as he was attempting to determine the exact location of the meeting, “Money sorted.”

Mr. Thompson stated, “The Crown’s position is that there was never any money to give to him.” This was nothing more than a ruse to lure him into a trap.

In the meantime, Mr. Ijazuddin consented to transport Mr. Hussain, whom he had known since elementary school, to Leicester. Mr. Thompson KC stated that it was a tragic error that led to his death.

Two other pals indicated they were unable to offer him a ride, so the prosecutor said, “Unfortunately, only Hashim agreed to drive Saqib from Banbury to the meeting location.”

The proceeding continues.

On the night he died, a TikTok star lured her mother’s young lover into a trap, the court heard.

TikTok star Mahek Bukhari, 23, lured her mother’s younger lover into trap on the night he died by promising to pay back money owed to him, the jury was told.

Four hours before Saqib Hussain, 21, was killed in a horror crash alongside his friend, Mohammed Hashim Ijazuddin, he had messaged Mahek pleading for a chance to speak to her mother, Ansreen Bukhari, 45.

When she refused, he threatened to send explicit pictures to Mahek’s father, who was unaware of the affair.

Saqib’s message read: ‘I’m going to message your dad. Show him all the proof – the pictures, the messages with her saying “I love you”.

‘Going to send all the dirty videos and say to him I want my money.’

Data uncovered by police showed that at about 8pm on February 10, he was about to set off for Stoke-on-Trent where Ansreen lived with her husband.

He was traced leaving his home in Banbury, Oxfordshire and heading north.

Mr Thompson KC said: ‘The threat is that Saqib would turn up at the family home in Stoke on Trent and that was something they could not risk.’

Mahek intervened – the court was told – and offered to meet with him and her mother in Loughborough before changing the location to Leicester.

At about 9.15pm, as Mr Hussain was trying to find out the exact location of the meeting, Mahek messaged him: ‘Sorted money.’

However, Mr Thompson said: ‘The Crown’s case is there never was money to hand over to him. This was simply a lure to get him into a trap.’

Mr Ijazuddin, meanwhile, had agreed to drive Mr Hussain, who he had known since school, to Leicester. Mr Thompson KC said it was ‘a fatal mistake that cost him his life.’

He said: ‘They’re trying to block me in. I can’t get to a police station. There are guys following me with balaclavas on. I’m on the A46, they’re trying to ram me off the road.’

He tells the operator that he is driving past Ratcliffe College and is being chased by two vehicles.

Growing more desperate as the cars ran into the back of his car, he tells the operator that he cannot read their registration plates before adding: ‘They’re trying to kill me. Please sir I just need help.’

He gives his name and tells the operator he lives in Banbury, Oxfordshire but had come to Leicester with Mr Ijazuddin for some food and to meet a friend.

Just before the crash is heard Mr Hussain says: ‘They’re right behind. They’re hitting into the back of the car very fast. Please I’m begging you I’m going to die. ‘

Relatives of the victims wept in court as the 999 call was played.

Mr Thompson KC said: ‘This was no accident, he knew what was happening to him.’

Mr Hussain’s sister, Sama Hussain, told police that her brother had become involved in a relationship with an older woman in her 40s some time around 2019.

She said the woman’s name was ‘Anzy’ and that she was married and had children including a daughter called ‘Maya’.

Mr Thompson KC said ‘Anzy’ was Ansreen and ‘Maya’ was Mahek, who he said was aware of her mother’s relationship and ‘whilst happy to tolerate it she was not approving’.

At first Mr Hussain treated his relationship with Ansreen as a ‘bit of fun’ and they would break up and get back together again.

But he soon told friends that he had fallen in love with her. Data later uncovered by detectives showed that he had contacted her 1,702 times between August 10, 2021 and February 9, 2022.

In turn, when information from her phone was retrieved, she had contacted him 214 times. Some of those were for only a matter of seconds and missed calls.

Material taken from the iCloud found sexually explicit videos and pictures involving them both.

By January 2022, Ansreen wished to end the affair and told Mr Hussain this.

Mr Thomson KC said ‘he could not accept the decision she had made’.

He said: ‘Various messages between them show he became increasingly obsessive, professing love and begging her to continue, but other messages show anger and frustration that she wouldn’t return his calls.

‘On the 10th of February, endless calls were made by Saqib to Ansreen’s phone that were never answered. That anger and frustration that she wouldn’t answer his calls led him take further action.

‘It led to an attempt to blackmail Ansreen in order to persuade her to contact him. He threatened to send sexually explicit material to her husband and to her son unless she agreed to speak to him.’

Mr Thompson KC told the court that Mahek messaged her mother on January 4, 2022 and said: ‘I’ll soon get him jumped by guys and he wont know what day it is.’

The prosecutor added: ‘There is clear inference, the Crown say, that by this date Ansreen must have told her daughter about the threats Saqib was making about theirs affair.

‘That’s her saying “I’ll take care of that, get him jumped by guys”. We’ll come to hear he was being jumped mostly by guys and killed.

Mr Hussain later messaged Mahek about her mother and said: ‘Let her know I’m on my way, get her to call me.’

But she replied: ‘No, take the message. This year you’ll be gone Saqib. I’ve got every threat you’ve given my mum to expose her. Narcissistic bastard. Carry on speaking to her now you will see movement soon.’

Mr Thompson KC told the jury: ‘The Crown says this shows Mahek Bukhari had taken it on herself stop Saqib contacting her mother and if necessary was prepared to use force, to get someone to “jump him” to stop Saqib. It gives you a flavour of how they were dealing with the threat posed by Saqib in dealing with affair.’

He added: ‘A way had to be found to silence Saqib – either by causing him a really serious injury to warn him or to silence him forever by killing him.

‘The revelation of the affair could have ruined Asreen Bukhari’s marriage and damaged her reputation in her community.

‘It could also have affected Mahek’s relationship with her father because she knew about the affair.

‘Mahek was a social influencer and had a large number of followers on TikTok and the revelations of the affair might have been damaging to her standing with her followers.’

Four hours before Mr Hussain was killed, he had messaged Mahek pleading for a chance to speak to Ansreen.

When she refused, he threatened to send explicit pictures to Mahek’s father, who was unaware of the affair.

Saqib’s message read: ‘I’m going to message your dad. Show him all the proof – the pictures, the messages with her saying “I love you”.

‘Going to send all the dirty videos and say to him I want my money.’

Data uncovered by police showed that at about 8pm on February 10, he was about to set off for Stoke-on-Trent where Ansreen lived with her husband.

He was traced leaving his home in Banbury and heading north.

Mr Thompson KC said: ‘The threat is that Saqib would turn up at the family home in Stoke on Trent and that was something they could not risk.’

Mahek intervened – the court was told – and offered to meet with him and her mother in Loughborough before changing the location to Leicester.

At about 9.15pm, as Mr Hussain was trying to find out the exact location of the meeting, Mahek messaged him: ‘Sorted money.’

Mr Thompson said: ‘The Crown’s case is there never was money to hand over to him. This was simply a lure to get him into a trap.’

Mr Ijazuddin, meanwhile, had agreed to drive Mr Hussain, who he had known since school, to Leicester. Mr Thompson KC said it was ‘a fatal mistake that cost him his life.’

Two other friends said they were unable to give him a lift, to which the prosecutor added: ‘Tragically, that left only Hashim, who agreed to drive Saqib from Banbury to the meeting place.’

The trial continues.

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